Coronavirus: FMCG Giant ITC Hands Over Relief To Police

SRINAGAR: In line with ITC’s credo of Nation First – Sab Saath Badhein, India’s FMCG Major, ITC on Saturday handed over a truckload of relief to the Jammu and Kashmir Police. It was handed over to the City Police Chief, Dr Haseeb Mughal in Srinagar.

An ITC Executive, Amit Bakhshi handing over a relief consignment to City Police Chief Srinagar, Dr Haseeb Mughal on Saturday. Photo: Special Arrangement

The ITC has set up Rs 150 crore Covid-19 contingency fund for vulnerable sections of society across India. This fund will be used to provide relief to the most vulnerable section of the society, provide assistance to rural healthcare and even provide protective gear for medical staff, according to an ITC executive. This fund will be utilised primarily to provide relief to the vulnerable and most needy sections of society who have been harshly impacted by the pandemic and have faced significant disruption in their livelihoods.

“The conglomerate in its commitment to support the government efforts and play its part in fighting the pandemic Covid-19 with compassion and resilience has joined hands with JK Police by distributing essential commodities (Juices and Soaps) for relief to IGP Kashmir Zone Mr Vijay Kumar,” the executive added.

An ITC executive handed over the consignment of relief to Jammu and Kashmir Police in the District Police Lines Srinagar. The consignment included almost 10 thousand tetra-packs of 180 ml juice and five thousand tetra-packs of 500 ml and 10000 pieces of soap cakes.

ITC has also handed over another consignment to Jammu and Kashmir Police in Jammu as well.


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